A Professional Perth Hypnotherapist
The skills of Linda Milburn, CEO of Hypnocare was recently featured on Nova radio
Listen in on how she hypnotised Nat from the Nova Crew and one of her listeners in overcoming a bad habit
Let Linda personally help you overcome your bad habits, disorders or overwhelming problems
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No? Then Change Your Mind And Change Your Life
7 Reasons To Choose Hypnocare For Your Hypnotherapy
1. Personal Communication
I care, therefore I answer all phone calls, messages and emails personally. You deal with me and me alone. This means you can be assured of complete confidentiality for any issue you wish to discuss.
2. You are the important one
I’ll help you make the changes you want for yourself. Not the changes Society or anyone else think you should make. This is your life not theirs.
3. Lifetime of Experience
I have 50 years of life experience. I have 30 years of experience in alternative therapies and clinical hypnotherapy. I continue to source and study the world’s most effective techniques to provide you with fast and successful treatment.
4. Client Success
Many satisfied clients have referred me to their family, friends and work mates. In fact, this is my main source of clients these days. Click on the “Clients” tab to read their stories in their words.
5. You are unique
Everyone has a unique set of experiences, beliefs and perceptions. We all think and act in different ways. With brief consultation, I can use your unique views and characteristics to tailor a program specifically for you.
6. Health Fund Qualified
As a Clinical Member and follower of the Australian Hypnosis Association, major health funds recognise my expertise and will provide you with refunds for hypnosis services. Consult your private health fund to find out if you qualify.
7. Central Location
My central consulting room is located in Hilton, 3 minutes from Fremantle, serviced by all public transport and, if you wish to drive, there is free parking on the door step.
Call Linda Today on 0409 079 435 or 08 9388 6322
Involved in Natural Healing for over 30 years
Past SEO / Board member of AHA for 7 years
Fellow Member of Australian Hypnotherapist Association
Past SEO / Board member of AHA for 7 years.
Change your mind; Change your life
I have seen firsthand that hypnosis can be a powerful tool to help clients overcome many of their varying complaints.
I know through my own life challenges just how daunting things can become, and I know that I can help you if you are ready to take that first step to taking back control of your health and well-being – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, whatever that means for you.
I pride myself on being honest, thorough and highly ethical. Life experience has given me a natural empathy for those who seek my help.
You can start to change your life now.
CEO – Hypnocare
MY HYPNOTHERAPY EXPERIENCE
My frame of mind going in was pretty positive. I’d always been interested in “life’s mysteries” as I call them, and I wanted to experience hypnosis and see if I benefited.
I knew nothing of the process but Linda explained that to me pretty thoroughly.
My only worry was that I couldn’t easily be hypnotised.
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If you are considering trying out hypnotherapy for the first time, the first thing you should know is that there is no single standardised hypnotherapy, but rather different types of hypnotherapy that different therapists might use or specialise in. The following will be a brief overview of the most common types of hypnotherapy so you can decide which type sounds best suited to your particular issue.
Mental rehearsal, sometimes also referred to as “future pacing”, is often used by athletes or other performers to rehearse an upcoming performance in their mind prior to the actual execution of it. It can also be used to help people achieve any kind of goal, and hypnotherapists often employ it not only for p
The term “hypnotic phenomena” refers to the different kinds of responses that can be elicited from a person who has been put into a hypnotic state. In some cases these responses also happen on their own without any suggestion coming from the hypnotherapist.
Hypnotherapy has been used with success to treat a surprising number or personal issues. An exhaustive list would be far too long for a single post! Accordingly, the following will be a more of an overall breakdown of the kinds of things you can reasonably expect hypnotherapy to help you with.
Many clients are curious to find out what the experience of hypnotherapy is like before taking the plunge and signing up for sessions. Unfortunately it is difficult to give a universal answer because different people experience hypnosis in different ways.
A recent client of mine had originally come to see me about an issue not related to her hay fever, but I could not help but notice that she was suffering from it in a severe way so I inquired about it and discovered that she had a daily morning routine of sneezing spasms, coughing, and wheezing sometimes even to the point of retching! She had pretty much resigned herself to the fact that she was stuck with this problem for life and wasn’t even looking for a solution for it at the time.
Some thoughts seem to spring up all on their own at exactly the wrong time. One example that many people experience is imagining jumping from a cliff or a ledge when standing somewhere at a high altitude. Many people also suddenly imagine jumping in front of a train as it is about to pass the station, and some even imagine…
It may surprise you to hear that fear of the dentist is one of the most common phobias I come across in my hypnotherapy practice, and many people who come in for this reason also ask about how they can stop grinding their teeth.
The fear of standing up in front of other people is often considered to be the most common form of anxiety found throughout the Western World, and performance anxiety is likely the most common form of this fear of being seen by a group.
We get a lot of questions about the differences, if any, between meditation, hypnosis, and mindfulness, and we find the following to be the best way to explain the differences between them. Though they all do have certain similarities, they are nevertheless all different enough from one another to be c
Some studies have recently shown that smokers are more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus than non-smokers. The reason for this is not because of any direct link between the coronavirus and the cigarettes, but
A lot of people are skeptical at first when someone suggests to them that they try hypnotherapy for their problems (whether they are bad habits like smoking or drinking, mental health issues, sticking to diet and exercise, or just problems with one’s overall confidence or sense of well-being).